Sal, no where in all of your 10 KBytes of explanation of the Flexibility
Act did you address the key fact I pointed out. Certainly the act applies
to all of those factors you discuss. But I repeat: It does not apply to a
limitation written into anothr law. In this case, OFPA, limits the
exemption income level, not the proposed rule. Not even the later
ammendment to the Flexibilty Act can repeal the provisions of OFPA unless
it specifically is addressed in the act, and it is not.
I agree the Proposed Rule written by USDA is flawed. It is very
seriously flawed and needs a great deal of fixing. But no amount of
complaining, lobbying of USDA, or attempting to invoke other laws is going
to change the fact that teh OFPA itself is seriously flawed and requires
either a massive ammendent, or complete repeal. We have two fronts on
which to fight. We must fight the Proposed Rule and we must fight by
lobbying Congress to modify or repeal OFPA.
--Dan in Sunny Puerto Rico--
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